Monday, May 6, 2013

Review: A Taste of You by Sorcha Grace

A Taste of You

Sorcha Grace

April 28, 2013

She didn’t know how hungry she was…Beautiful and talented Catherine Kelly is intent on starting over as a food photographer in Chicago. With her painful past buried over 2000 miles away, she’s focused on her career and is hungry for little else. Until she meets William Lambourne, a wealthy bachelor with arresting blue-grey eyes filled with enough tragedy to match her own. William urges Catherine to step out from behind her camera and fully taste all that life has to offer, stirring an appetite in her she never knew she possessed - and it’s one only he can satisfy.

He couldn’t wait to feed her…A gourmand who takes great pleasure in food and in women, William Lambourne is rich, powerful, and gorgeous -- and as talented in the kitchen as he is in the bedroom. Longing for a woman to truly savor, William finds his match in Catherine. From the moment he meets her, he is determined to discover the perfect recipe to unlock Cat’s resolve, awaken her senses, and make her his own.

Theirs is a meal worth savoring…William is as mysterious as he is passionate, but as Catherine begins to fall for the stormy-eyed billionaire, she knows she must reveal her own dark secrets. But first, William must win Cat’s heart to ensure their pasts don’t undo them.

Book 1 in The Epicurean series, A Taste of You will leave you ravenous for more of Cat and William’s story!


A Taste of You follows in the same vein as Fifty Shades and Bared To You but with a slightly different twist.  A culinary twist.  If you love food and sex, than you’ll definitely love A Taste of You.
I was slightly annoyed to be reading the same theme over again after reading Bared To You and Fifty Shades, and countless other books with billionaire heroes and damaged heroines.   But what those authors did not put in their books was the sense of taste, and aside from the sense of touch, taste is the next highest sense that you have.
Sorcha Grace had me blown away by the sensual and erotic scenes that Catherine and William shared, but I was also stunned to realize I was actually enjoying the story.   It was filled with captivation, suspense, and delight.  I couldn’t wait to get to the last page to find out if theirs would truly be a happily ever after.
 This is Sorcha’s first in a delectable new series involving food and erotic delights.  And I really cannot wait for the second epicurean delight from this author.


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